SOLDIERS FROM THE U.S. ARMY HUMAN RESOURCE COMMAND'S ENLISTED PERSONNEL Management Directorate visited the 11th Aviation Regiment to discuss career assignment opportunities. During the visit, the HRC Soldiers were introduced to the new H-model UH-60 ‘Blackhawk’ helicopter. Spc. John Autry of 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, showed HRC Soldiers the new ‘stacked’ litter system which takes up less space and is lighter than the carouse. This facilitates more rotation, mobility and thrust for better lift and control of the aircraft making it safer and easier it is to get in and out of a ‘hot’ landing zone.
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Photo by Susanne Kappler/Fort Jackson Leader
COL. TODD GARLICK, LEFT, ACCEPTED THE COLORS OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL SCHOOL from Maj. Gen. Gina Farrisee, commanding general of the U.S. Army Human Resources Command, during a change of commandant ceremony June 8 at Fort Jackson, S.C. Garlick previously served as the commander for the Eastern Sector of the U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command. He took over for Col. Robert Manning, who retired after 34 years of service.